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The Psalms in Metre by William John-, and some Psalmes in Reports, whereunto is son. Amsterdam, 1613. 8vo.
added many godly Prayers and an exact Fifti select Psalms, paraphrastically turned Kalendar. Edinburgh, 1635. 8vo. 6s. into English Verse (by Sir Edwin Sandys) Psalms by G. S. 1636. &c. See SANDYS, and by Robert Tailour set to be sung in five George. Parts. London, 1615. 4to. 11. 11s. 6d. See The Psalms of David and other holy ProWood's Athen. Oxon. by Dr. Bliss, ii. 474. phets by R. B. London, 1638. 12mo See
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